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Automotive parts and accessories industry. Hourly

earnings and related wage practices, March-April 1950. Jan. 37-39.

Accident insurance. Hosiery industry, full-fashioned,

1949-51. Mar. 295. Accident prevention. Safety consciousness most potent

factor. Analysis presented by Bureau of Mines engineer before the Cement and Quarry Section of the National Safety Congress, Chicago, October 1950.

June 651-653. Accident statistics :

Agriculture. Disabling work injuries, estimated

number, by extent of disability, 1950. Mar. 270,271. Construction. Disabling work injuries, estimated

number, by extent of disability, 1950. Mar. 270

271. Finance, service, government, and miscellaneous in

dustries. Disabling work injuries, estimated num

ber, by extent of disability, 1950. Mar. 270-271. Industrial accidents, uninsured costs, 10 elements

entering into and their relative weights in first-aid, lost-time, no-injury, and doctor's cases. June

633-637. Manufacturing. Disabling work injuries, estimated number, by extent of disability, 1950. Mar. 270-271.

Industries showing principal changes in injuryfrequency rates. Fourth quarter, 1950. May 550.

Second and third quarters, 1950, and first 9 months of 1949 and 1950. Feb. 184-185. -

Injury-frequency rates, selected industries. Third and fourth quarters, 1950, with cumulative rates for 1950. Feb. 186–188; May 551–553.

Percent change in injury-frequency rates, 194350. May 549–550. Mining and quarrying. Disability work injuries,

estimated number, by extent of disability, 1950.

Mar. 270-271.
Public utilities. Disabling work injuries, estimated

number, by extent of disability, 1950. Mar. 270–271. Trade establishments. Disabling work injuries, esti

mated number, by extent of disability, 1950.

Mar. 270–271.
Transportation. Disabling work injuries, estimated

number, by extent of disability, 1950. Mar. 270–271. Agriculture. Migratory labor. Employment standards

and conditions, outlined in report of President's Commission on Migratory Labor, Washington, 1951. June

691-693. Arbitration. (See Conciliation and arbitration.)

Baking industry. Union scales of wages and hours. In

dexes, 1939–50; rate variations and standard workweek,

July 1, 1949, and July 1, 1950. Feb. 171-173. Banks. Labor. Condition of, December 31, 1949 and

1950; development of, 1920–50. Apr. 413. Benefits and benefit funds :

Accident, sickness, and death benefits, Western Union

Telegraph, 1945–50. Feb. 180.
Employers' military-leave policies, effect on benefit

plans, fall 1950. Summary. Apr. 411-413. Health and insurance benefits in collective agree

ments. Industry coverage, method of financing, extent of union affiliation, and specific types, mid

1950. Feb. 160-162. Bituminous-coal mining. (See under Mining.) Bonus, nonproduction :

Automotive parts and accessories industry, March

April 1950. Jan. 39.
Electric utilities, September 1950. June 668.
Employers' military-leave policies, effect on plans.

Apr 413.

Gas utilities, September 1950. June 672. Budget:

Family, city worker's. Changes in method of estimating. Feb. 193-194.

Comparability of 1949 and 1950 estimates with 1946 and 1947 estimates. Feb. 155.

Comparison of total cost of goods and services budget based on comprehensive and short-cut procedures, 10 cities, October 1949. Feb. 153.

Cost of rent, heat, and utilities, 34 cities, and relative intercity differences, October 1950, October 1949, and June 1947. Feb. 152.

For 4 persons, by items, 10 large cities, October 1949 and June 1947. Feb. 154.

Total cost, estimated, of budget and of goods, rents, and services, 34 cities, and their relative differences, October 1950, October 1949, and June

1947. Feb. 153. Building trades:

Program for developing a stabilization policy drawn

up, January 1951. Summary. Feb. III-IV.

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